How to Place lien on property in the Philippines
2 Re: How to Place lien on property in the Philippines on Wed Sep 04, 2013 9:53 am
Is the land titled, has tax document or nothing?
You can try to get your name too on the documents.
If it's titled, then you have to be contacted to get it sold legaly, if someone try.
If it's on leased land, the lease better be NOTARISED with your name on it too.
Then a buyer have the chance you are involved too, so he get trouble to claim bought in good faight, so then you at least have that weapon if you have been runed over and you go to court about it.
In any case - if it's sold without giving you your share, you can go to court about it, but better if you can avoid that by take precoursions by add your name. But if you are a close relative, so it's "obvious", then you have a rather strong case anyway, but extra important to get your name added, the more far related you are.
3 Re: How to Place lien on property in the Philippines on Wed Sep 04, 2013 10:11 am
2) What is your interest in the real property in the Philippines? Are a co-owner, a buyer or a lessee?and do you have legal documents to support to prove it?
4 Re: How to Place lien on property in the Philippines on Mon Feb 16, 2015 9:45 am
I am hearing she is going to try to sell it and it is constructed on 3 titled lots all in her name but also leased back to me. The lease were done through an attorney and have been notarized. I need to place liens on the property but not sure how. Any advice would be appreciated.
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